'''Emily Pauline Johnson''' (also known in Mohawk as '''''Tekahionwake''''' –pronounced: ''dageh-eeon-wageh'', literally: 'double-life')
[[http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~pjohnson/teka.html Pauline Johnson Archive: Tekahionwake], "Tekahionwake: an Indian Poetess in London", Archives and Research Collections, McMaster University. Retrieved 15 November 2009 ]
(10 March 1861 – 7 March 1913), commonly known as '''E. Pauline Johnson''' or just '''Pauline Johnson''', was a Canadians|Canadian
writer and performer popular in the late 19th century. Johnson was notable for her poems and performances that celebrated her Aboriginal peoples in Canada|Aboriginal
heritage; her father was a hereditary Mohawk people|Mohawk
chief of mixed ancestry. She also drew from English influences, as her mother was an English people|English
immigrant. One such poem is the frequently anthologized "wikisource:The Song my Paddle Sings|The Song My Paddle...